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Oct 26 2021

Multi-faceted Artist To Be Featured At Seabrook Island Artist Guild Meeting, November 16

By Seabrook Island Artist Guild for The Island Connection Ann Watcher explores a wide range of subject matter in her art, believing that it is not the subject matter that defines her art but the expression of it, the play of light, active compositions and bold color choices. She blends an Impressionistic approach with touches …

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Oct 26 2021

Botanical Wreaths Are Bountiful Fall Decor

By April Punsalan for The Island Connection Fall is the perfect time to make a botanical wreath. The weather is cooler and you can easily forage a diversity of wildflowers and feathery warm season grasses. Botanical wreaths capture the beauty of the fall season and preserve it for the colder months. The wreath has served …

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Oct 25 2021

Message From The Mayor: October 2021

By John Gregg for The Island Connection To allow for adoption of a budget before the end of the current year, October starts Council’s consideration of an annual budget with a schedule of three “budget workshops.” First reading of an ordinance to adopt the budget will be held during Council’s November meeting. A public hearing …

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Oct 22 2021

Eco-friendly Initiative Aims To Go ‘Greener’

By The Town of Kiawah Island for The Island Connection The Town is pleased to announce the Kiawah Goes Greener initiative, which unites and formalizes an interagency commitment by Kiawah’s major entities to continued environmental stewardship and advancement of eco-friendly business practices. This initiative results from an ad-hoc working group led by Kiawah Island Council …

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Oct 21 2021

Kiawah Island’s Wildlife Office Looks To Relocate

By Maddie Heid for The Island Connection  At the Oct. 12 Kiawah Island Town Council meeting, the town’s assistant wildlife biologist Aaron Given presented the budget for the moving of the town’s wildlife office. Currently, the office is housed in the municipal center on Kiawah. The goal is to create two, air-conditioned offices in the …

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Oct 20 2021

Kiawah Island To Sponsor $1 Million Toward Medical University Of South Carolina Sea Islands Hospital Garden

By Theresa Stratford for The Island Connection Outdoor spaces at hospitals could possibly be some of the most important contributions to healing.  Getting out in nature to enjoy the environment, fresh air and sunlight offer therapeutic benefits to both mental and physical wellbeing. When we think of Kiawah Island, we think of the beauty of …

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Oct 15 2021

PURE Theatre To Present ‘Buyer And Cellar’

By The Town of Kiawah Island for The Island Connection Alex More has a story to tell. A struggling actor in L.A., he takes a job working in the Malibu basement of a beloved megastar. One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play. It feels like real bonding in the basement, but will their …

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Oct 15 2021

Losing Muscle Mass Is A Weighty Dilemma

By Meredith Nelson for The Island Connection Now that the 2021 Cooper River Bridge Run is behind us, chances are you’re either motivated to keep training and set higher goals, or you may feel the urge to take a break from running altogether. Oh wait – you say you didn’t run the race? But would …

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Oct 14 2021

Local Non-profit Art Organizations Funded For 2021-22

By Martha Zink for The Island Connection The mission of Arts etc. is to provide visual, performance and literary arts education to the youth of Johns and Wadmalaw Islands. Each year they fund local non-profit arts organization — our Program Partners — to bring selected programs to the schools. 2020 and 2021 presented challenges as …

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Oct 14 2021

Construction Underway At The Cape

By The Town of Kiawah Island for The Island Connection  Site work and pile driving began Monday, Oct. 4 in preparation for the construction of The Cape on Kiawah. Residents may experience pile driving vibrations and noise during the driving period, which is expected to last six weeks during daytime hours. The Cape is a …

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